Foundation / Corporation
American River Bank Foundation (ARBF)
Grants of up to $15,000 to California nonprofit organizations in eligible counties to address the vital needs of women and children. Funding is intended for programs and organizations that provide assistance to underserved women and children, including but not limited to those that address the following critical needs: food, shelter, education, and safety. Funding may be used to support the general operations of an organization’s mission or for a specific program relating to women and children. Eligible organizations must provide services exclusively to Sonoma, Sacramento, South Placer, or Amador Counties and have the primary office and principal place of business located within this geographic area.
The American River Bank Foundation is committed to supporting organizations that create opportunities, enhance self-esteem, and provide physical and emotional well-being for the most vulnerable women and children in the communities served by American River Bank.
The American River Bank Foundation welcomes proposals from organizations of different sizes, capacities, and scopes of services. The Foundation seeks to support organizations that can demonstrate the significant impact they can make in the community.
Other factors considered are:
GrantWatch ID#: 146470
Grants are typically awarded in amounts up to $15,000.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Please email Foundation@AmericanRiverBank.com to request a link to upload your application.
American River Bank Foundation
P.O. Box 276300
Sacramento, CA 95827-6300
USA: California: Sacramento, Sonoma, South Placer, or Amador Counties
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